A Dragon space capsule splashed down in the Pacific Sunday filled with two tons of experiments and old equipment for NASA from the International Space Station.
Drivers along Hallandale Beach Boulevard and Biscayne Boulevard may be wonder what all the construction is on the northeast corner of Gulfstream Park. What can be seen from the road is a large silver dome and several structures, several stories tall, wrapped in scaffolding.
While they weren’t delivered by the Easter bunny, the crew of the International Space Station did get some goodies Sunday morning. A cargo ship full of supplies.
A robot designed to help astronauts at the International Space Station is finally getting its space legs.
Packed with more than two tons of supplies for the International Space Station, an unmanned SpaceX rocket is on a launch pad at Cape Canaveral ready to go.
Astronauts may be forced to venture out on a spacewalk due to a computer outage at the International Space Station.
Packed with science samples collected by the crew of the International Space Station, the privately owned cargo ship Dragon is headed back to Earth.
The eagle has landed or, in this case, the Dragon has been snagged. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station snared the SpaceX’s commercial supply ship Dragon Wednesday morning after a two and a half day flight from Cape Canaveral.
Rain could delay Sunday’s planned launch of a privately owned rocket with a space station cargo ship named Dragon.
The first commercial space vehicle to dock with the International Space Station, launched from Florida earlier this week, finally delivered the groceries Saturday morning when it was opened by space station crew members and its cargo was transferred aboard.